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Our top priority. We determine if it's possible to remain in the building during abatement procedures. We meet or exceed all OSHA and EPA guidelines.
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Latest News on the Dangers of Mold
The word is out. The potential health effects of mold overgrowth can be serious. From The New York Times Magazine and The New York Times to Sixty Minutes and Prime Time Live, reports of devastating mold contamination have raised public awareness. Too much mold in the indoor environment can lead to sinusitis, watery eyes, rhinitis, wheezing, bronchitis, and asthma. In fact, in a recent Mayo Clinic study, 96% of sinusitis cases were found to be fungal related. Still more serious threats are posed by the specific species of fungi that produce mycotoxins. These molds can cause pneumonia (aspergillus, penicillium), pulmonary bleeding (stachybotrys charturum), and even nervous system impairment (stachybotrys). Most vulnerable to mold-related illness are children, the elderly, and mold-sensitive (allergic) and immune-compromised individuals.
Mold exposure has now been linked to Asthma, fibromyalgia, depression, Invasive pulmonary aspergillosis (IPA) which remains a major cause of mortality in diabetics, infants, the elderly, people undergoing cancer treatment, people suffering with ARC, AIDS, the immuno-compromised and organ transplant recipients.
Mold exposure has also become suspect as a cause of "SIDS", Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Aspergillus fungi have been documented to colonize previously damaged lung tissue and commonly colonize the airways of patients with cystic fibrosis, emphysema, asthma, smokers and healthy lungs.
Mold is a Living Breathing Organism, Best Described as Half Plant and Half Animal. If Inhaled or Ingested the Microscopic Mold Spores Enter the Human Body, Colonize and Begin to Grow. As the Mold Colonies Grow Within Your Body they Produce Poisons Called, "Mycotoxins". These Poisons leach into your body. Each Day that the Infection is Left Untreated the Colonies of Mold Grow Larger, Leaching more Poison into your Body with Each Passing Day. This is Why Some People Exposed to Mold May Not Show Symptoms of Mold Exposure for up to Three Months after their Initial Exposure.